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And Now, a Viral Video for Divorce Lawyers

If you haven't seen Jill and Kevin's wedding dance video, you've either been in a self-induced post-bar exam coma or off on vacation on a remote island with no Internet access. Yes, the video went viral, as no one, it seemed, could resist watching the about-to-be-hitched couple and their wedding party/posse boogie down the aisle in a break -- or a break dance -- from the traditional wedding processional.

"At this wedding, the party got started well before any vows, rings, and kisses were exchanged. Here the entrance of the wedding party turned into a wedding par-tay, a cakewalk down the aisle, a processional gone phenomenal," wrote Sarah Kaufman of The Washington Post (via "No wonder it migrated around the world."

Well, lest any divorce lawyers out there fear that this celebration of marriage gave short shrift to marriage's other side, they now have a viral video they can call their own. The JK Divorce Entrance Dance takes place in a courtroom, not a church, and features hip-hopping lawyers in dark suits and shades, leg-kicking law clerks, a jumping judge, a couple of court officers who know to boogie, and of course the now-disgruntled bride and groom. The video, which you can see below, was produced by New York Video company Indigo Productions.

Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on August 6, 2009 at 01:01 PM | Permalink | Comments (1)


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